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,' ' i i ' ' ' . i " '- ? M * $ "SfoFlli INCREj bead Will Rea I And The Inj t$EWOFEXTRA IfiDERJRREST PIWA8HINQT0N, D. C., Dec. 31.? The latest estimate of the casualties : in the wreck at Terra Cotta station just outside of Washington on the Baltimore and Ohio railroad last evenc|| ing, places the number of dead at from fortyrfive to possibly fifty and the EH injured to eighty. The exact number of dead Is difficult to ascertain account of the terrible dismemberment of bodies which were strewn i along the scene of the disaster for nearly half a mile. The morgue su: perintendsnt stated that morning that | as neariy as he could ascertain there were 34 bodies there, two other bodies at homes In Terra Cotta, while three : have idled in hospitals. The wrecked HB &aln?was the Frederick local en route l to Washington, consisting of three c coaches and an engine. The train which caused the havoc was an exl/.tra composed of ten empty emigrant ' coaches being returned to Washing[ ton from Cumberland drawn by one |<v|& the jargeat engines on the Bait: Bag''',' more and Ohio system. Officials of N the road will hold rigid Investigation S In Baltimore to-day. It will be eon ducted openly and the results publicly announnced as soon, as possible. As yet the officials say they are | unable to definitely place the blame 1^ for the disaster. Intimations are that ;r ;tte responsibility will rest with the < engineer and crew of the extra, f. The police have arrested all the members of the extra crew as folEngineer Heldebrand, Conductor ijr+foffmeler, Baggageman Norris, Brakeman Rutter and Fireman McClelland. Of the dead. 34 have been identified and seven bodies are yet unnamed. Besides the above, there are v''several mutilated fragments of bodies - ?t ,the morgue. It is feared also that there are some bodies still at the ;wreckagei which may Increase the list' to forty-five or possibly fifty. ^ WASHINGTON, D. C., Dec. 31? 12:10 p. m.?Not a vestige of the ^n-eck now remains, and In the final clean up, no more bodies were reLIST OF THE DEAD. ; MARY LEFFOLD, 30 years old, employed engraving and printing this EGROGE HIGGBEE, 8 years old, Brooklyn, D. C. , : HARRY HIGBEE, brother of Geo. 1.IZABETH PEARMAN, Taooma A. KELLY, Kensington, Md. ARENCE PROCTOR. .. CHAMBERS. F. ELGIN. S. EGGLE. kYMOND J. COOLEY. )UIS BALDWIN, Washington. iHN C. KAULER. IHN WRIGHT, negro, will die. . C. J0HN80N, express agent. IANK BODL1TZ, Frederick, Md., )Y ELDER, Poolesvlile, Md., leg .INTON L. MOORE. 1WARD WILLIAMS, negro. ,W. WASHINGTON. IHN A. KUNDO. kNNIE AUSTIN. F. FAGAN. N. MAYWOOD. ISS C. CROSS. S. SEGGS. , UCILE CAMPBELL. R3. A. MOORE. CATHERINE HUGHES. ggjjffiR GARTHER HARRIS, Weehlng TWO WHITE G1RLS, unidentified EAD IN h ASED OVEI ich 45 to 50 I ured About 80| k 1 Many Attend Cassatt Funeral REPRESENTATIVES OF FINAN. CIAL AND RAILROAD INTERESTS WERE AT SERVICES. PHILADELPHIA. Dec. 31.-AI thought the funeral this afternoon of 'A. J. Cassatt, president, of the Pennsylvania railroad, was as simple and the services as brief as It had been possible to make them, It wns attended by representatives of the largest financial and railroad interests of the country. The first of the Pepnsylvanla officials to arrive from points outside of the city were James McCrea, first vice president; Joseph Wood, second vice president; E. A. Ford, passenger traffic manager, nnd Samuel Moody, general agent, all of Pittsburg. They reached Broad street station at 8;iifl o'clock In Mr. McCrea's private car. which was attached to the regulnr express" at Plttsbui*. They registered , at the Bellevue-St.mtford and (hen , | Mr. MeCreav with Mr. Wood, went to I ?.? Dl, ftrwlolnMa nlnh nf which the former is a member. Beyond stating that they had come to attend the funeral of Mr. Cossatt none of the party had anything to say. They will return to Pittsburg Immediately after the services this afternoon. A special train from Pittsburg hearing E. B. Taylo^, fourth president of the western 'system; G. L. Peck, general manager, and many other officials, arrived here this morning, and after the services the officials will hpard the train at West Philadelphia to return Immediately to j Pittsburg. j Many other special cars from all lover the east arrived this morning, bringing Individuals and small parties of the ftjends and associates In private and business life of the dead man. They will be in the city only for an hour or two, and comparatively few outside of the Immediate relatives will accompany the funeral party to Bryn Mawr. As has been announced, there were no pall hearers other than those provided by the undertaker, and Immediately after the service at 2 o'clock A Happy Now Year and beet wlihet ^ to every. one, 'r? 8hafor Studio, E. at tne ROUSS in lUiieUHuuoe 04UOIC, the carriages, which did not number more than 20, left for Bryn Mawr. Thev will not stop at the church but will proceed at once to the grave where the commital service will be read. JAPANESE MILITARY MEN CIVEN DECORATIONS TOKYO, Dec. 31.?The emperor today personally Invested a number of high military and naval commanders with decorations for distinguished services in the Russo-Japanese war. Field Marshall Oyama, president of the general staff of the Japanese army, Generals Kurokt and Nog! and several other generals, together with Admiral Togo received the first class decoration of the golden kite. The grant1? "mi-bbm and other rewnrdH to 1115 Ul f?w4 ?BV" ?? ? ? persons In the civil service are expected shortly. Humane Society. The Humane Society wants a homo for a boy 7 years old, also twin girl babies, 5 weeks old. Apply at 217 Jefferson street, or phone 219 on the Bell phone. Notice. The Fairmont Mining Machinery CompaAy shop will resume work Tuesday, January 1, 1907. All employes please report for duty. Cannon crackers, large and small at A. C. Klnkead's, Watson Hotel Bldg. Welcome the New Year with Bome ' of those large cannon crackers from Globe Book Store., Watson Hotel Bldg. & IWREC 1 EARLY * SAD DEATH |i LITTLE JOSEPH WALTER FISHER DIED EARLY . YE8TERDAY MORNING OF CHOLERA INFANTUM. u T Joseph Waller, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fisher, died on Sunday morning at two thirty o'clock at tbe home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McDertnott, on First street. 1,1 The child was taken ill of cholorea "i Infantum on Christmas day and con- tt tinned to grow worse until death ft claimed him. The death of little Joe It has cast a gloom over the entire com- tc raunlty. Hp was an unusually sweet, ai and attractive child and made friends hi with everybody. He was the Idol of hi his parents and greatly beloved by a large circle of relatives and friends y< who are heart broken over his death, re Tbe sympathy of the entire communl- w ty Is extended to his stricken relatives. II He was aged 1 year, "4 months anil fr five days. This afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the residence funeral ser- or vices were conducted by Rev. G. D. ol Smith, Rev. J. C. Broomfleld and Rev. w H. G. Stoetzer. The little white cask- h< et was entirely surrounded by lovely w (loral offerings sent by the many re friends of the little boy as a last loving tribute. Following the ser- T vices at the residence the remains n< were conveyed to Woodlawn cemetery, In where they were tenderly laid to rest, al The pall bearers were Messrs. Carter g< Fleming and Frank Fisher, couBlns st Df the deceased, Charles Cross and hi Russell Duean. th A BIG SUIT \ ?~~ w FOR DEBT AND DAMAGES HAS H BEEN INSTITUTED BY ROB- 01 ERT L. CUNNINGHAM. ft hi Robert L. Cunningham has Inslltut- si ed a suit In the Circuit Court against Ai Zackwell G. Morgan, David 0. Mor- b] gan. A. B. Fleming, Thomas F. Hall, It Thomas D. Conaway, John Linn, Harrison Manley, John S. Hood, Thomas at J. Little, Amos W. Cunningham and m Henry B. Morgan for >40,000 <(ebt and HI >10,000 damages. , * se The suit Is brought on a plea of cc action for debt on bond. James A., bf Meredith is counsel for the plaintiff. There was a special term of Circuit w Court to-day. Several matters were w adjudicated. . fa ; T Why pay a big price for cab work? hi McCray Livery will do -it cheap. Always ready. ALL ABOARD F POINTS EAST, * New Schedule Went Into Effect " ir This Morning |j ei To-day regular through trolley cars w were started between this city an-l ti Clarksburg. The schedule for these si cars was made up several days ago b' and was printed In the West Virgin- It lan. Cars have made several trips, c but were not running according lo Is schedule. With the line extended 1 from Fairmont to Clarksburg a distance of 26 miles, the Fairmont and w Clarksburg Traction Company has T consummated a work which was the a aspiration of the Fairmont and Clarks- j< burg Electric Railway Company. w rT,u ~ ?TTnlrmnn f n 1 lltt UlgflllUailUU VI luv Ul and Clarksburg Electric Railroad a Company was effected in June 190i). ri This company acquired a great deal C of property and secured valuable fram- t< chlses of the Fairmont and Suburban c Railroad Company which owned and II operated the electric light system of I the city at that time.. When the new h company was formed there, was lit- o tie time lost Work began in earnest t and In less, than one year after its or- a gnnlzatlon street cars were running, t j March 24, 1901, Is the date of Initial c trip of the first street car in this city and a few months later they wew t k has estimate IODY WAS FOUND FROZEN IN SNOW > ?V,'" HROAT OF EMMET DAVIS WAS CUT WITH KAjCUH PROBABLY BY HIS OWN HAND. ' WHEELING, Dec. 31.?The deail >dy of Emmet Davis, a well known ian living In the, vicinity of Morrisiwn. Belmont county, Ohio, was uind yesterday morning In a vacant it owned by Isaac Hazlett' In the iwn of Morrlstown and a deep gash ;ross his throat a razor lying by Is side,, was evident that the man id taken his owl life. Davis was a skigle man about 45 ?ars of age and resided with his paints, Mr. and Mrs. Hammond Davis, ell known Belmont county people, vlng on a farm about two mlle3 om Morrlstown. He had been III, for some time and 1 several occasions he told members ' the jtmlly and friends that be ould end his life. It Is 'supposed that i grew despondent from III health, hlch prompted blm to commit the ish act. Davis left home a' week ago last bursday, or December 20th, and had )t been seen since. However, nothg was thought of his absence until tout two days ago, when It became nerally known that no person had len him. after several had missed! im and began making Inquiries. Allough a search to some extent was arted, the body was discovered acdentally. Mr; Hfuiiett, on whose lot ie" body was found, had a large nount of fodder stacked on the lot, hicb he has been feeding to cattle, e had been taking tbe fodder from le side of the pile at eacb time for ledlng, but yesterdlUy morning he ippened to go around to the other de, when he discovered the body, nyhow, the body had been covered r snow up until the last few days and could not have been easily seen. A deep cut almost from ear to ear id Davis' own razor lying at his side, ade plain that he ended hla own ie. From the position of the body it lems that he was kneeling when he immitted the act and then fell over ickward. The body was frozen and was in a ell preserved state. Coroner Diven as notified, but, after learning the cts, decided an Inquest unnecessary, he funeral of the dead man will be eld to-morrow. Read the Daily West Virginian. OR CLARKSBI WEST OB SO avellng In wagons, coaches and othr vehicles had now to give way to te more modern means of transporitlon. It was the hope of the Fairlont, Clarksburg Electric Railroad ompany to build a trolley line from lis city to Clarksburg and with thai nd In view i^wchased rights of ay. The Falrmmt, Clarksburg Elec Ic Railroad Company was super;ded by the Fairmont and Clarksurg Traction Company which carried lto effect the work that was conelved by the former company. The itter company was organized on May 3, 1903. This corporation pursued the work 'Ith more vim than did the other, he line was extended to Monongah nd later to Middleton. The pet preset, building the line to Clarksburg, as never lost Bight of. A ffw months go work on the extension was begun nd now tho cars are running on the alls of steel that bind Fairmont and larkaburg. A little while previous ) this a line was built from Vesper's orner to Barnsvllle, a distance of a ittle' more than a mile. Cars to larnsvitle make a trip every halt our. This* Is an Important branch f the trolley systerj. It .opens up he way to a thriving little village ndl to beautiful Bellvlew Heights, be most picturesque quburb of out Ity. O^t wire ^has hcen exwdwl In PENN'A LEGISL WIFE OF LOOMIS IN PARKERSBURG i NEARLY HEARTBROKEN OVER DOWNFALL OF HER HUSBAND WHO IS A FUGITIVE. I PAKKERSBURG, Dec. 31.- While officers ot the law all over the United J States are looking for her husband, , charged with stealing $20,000 from Kuhn and Ricked, drusgists of Brooklyn. and Loomis' former employers. Mrs. E. E. i/oomls, formerly Miss Belle Eorsythe, Is at the home of her mother on Eleventh street here, nearly heartbroken over his downfall. She denies herself to everyone atld suffers the dlsgraco in silence. She arrived here the day following Christmas, about the time that her husband escaped from the officers. In New York, it was learned that she was coming here, and after Loomis' sensational escape by jumping from a train at Jamestown, the police here wer notified that the wife was In this city, and that her husband would likely Join her here. Since that time the house has been under police surveillance. It Is not now believed, that in view of the publicity given the affair, Loomis will attempt to join his wife hei^, while it is learned that she has no idea of his present whereabouts and has had no communication with him. Mrs. Loomis, it is understood, y"' continue to npike this city her home, and will live with her mother here. 'As far as can be learned the authorities have no clue to the present whereabouts of Loomis, who evidently has succeeded In again getting far away from his pursuers. It Is supposed that he has an ample livelihood available, as the result of the alleged theft from his former employers. Ari i A niiT p HLLd UUI W. E. REED DISP0SE8 OF PLUMBING BUSINESS AND WILL 1 ERE(}T LAUNDRY AT c MORGANTOWN. 1 A change has been made In the man- , agement of the Reed Plumbing-Company. William E. Reed has sold a ( large part of his holding to A. A. j I/jthey, a well known man who has been working for the company for a f long time. The name of the firm will not be s changed. An Inventory of the goods j is being taken to-day. . t Mr. Reed la erecting a new laundry r at West Morgantown and from this on f will devote his attention to Ihnt In- t dusf-ry. The name of the new enter- 1 prise Is the Virginia Laundry and will be up-to-date In every particular. < non ami jiiu mm UTH OF THERE clal care has been given the roadbed In order that the greatest iiWlble speed can be obtained and still the passengers be exposed to no danger. The road bed Is rock ballasted and has an under layer of crushed stone. The rails used In the construction of the road are of the T pattern and weigh about seventy pounds to the yard. The construction was rather difficult: sides of hills had to blasted down, cuts dug. Alls made and bridges built but with indomitable pluck the work was accomplished In 1 a very short time.1 The equipment of the trdlley lines operated by the Fairmont. Clarkeburg Traction Company Is of the very latest modeti patterns. ' The cars are of the best that the market ar- 1 fords. In the early days -of the s'treet ' railway lour cars were &u mucin. u carry all the passengers. Thnt mint- 1 her has been steadily Increasing and to-day It retitilres 85 cars to transport the traffic. There can be no better 1 illustration given to show the healthly 1 and vigorous growth of our city than 1 to carefully study the developments of Its electric railway syBtem. ' The power house. along the belt lino railroad' that^ seVved the car line of this elty and suburban towns 1 up until nearly three months ago gave 1 way to the much larger one located at 1 Jayenn. This one furnishes motive I power for. the whole system ond. generate!!.light for the Koclllos and the . j ' " '' I , JIM MEETS Horribly Mangled By Freight Train 3ERNARD KILLEEN RUN. DOWN AT MOUTH OF CHAPLINE HILL TUNNEL. WHBELING> . Deo. 31.?Bernard Sllleen, the fourteen-year-old son of inhn u Kt linen. ? R and 0. ennlneer. Ivlng at No. 2735 Jacob street, met with a deplorable accident Sunday ifternoon near the-mouth of the Chapline bill tunnel on Twenty-eighth street and received Injuries that may :ause his death. The boy, with some companions, van playing near the mouth of the ;unnel about 4 o'clock when Pennsylvania yard engine No. 5, In charge of Snglneer Conaway, which was switchng some cars, came from the tunnel. Ifoung Kllleen did not see the aptroachlng engine and was struck with ull force. He was knocked down and President, Jos. P. Cordray. The Injured boy was removed at one o the City Hospital, where Dr. Henri J. Llnsa found It necesary to ampuate the limb below the knee. His left irm was broken at the shoulder sock-' it and he was also Internally Injured, de was reported as resting as easily is possible under the circumstances ast night and the attending physician itated that It would be impossible to lay for a couple of days what the remit of his Injuries would be. The locality wbere the accident ociurred seems to be a favorite play rrounds for young boys, who Indulge n the dangerous practice of jumping m moving trainB, and It is a wonu-er hat more accidents do not occur. Shot Wife and Kills Himself . # "T 40ME8TEAD NEQftO^PEDDLER tS DRIVEN BY JEALOU8Y TO ATTEMPT MURDER. PITT3BI-RO, Dec. 81.-Jealous or lis wife and angry because she had lausrd a warrant to be Issued for his irresr, Robert Ford, a meg-n pedHer, yesterday shot his wife three Imes and then killed himself. The voman Is not mortally hurt. The Fords lived In Sixth avenue, fomestead. Ford was aged 40 and lis wife 38. They were married Ave ears ago and have no children. Ford tad been Jealous of his wife and when Intnk abused her. On Wednesday he appealed for protection to the po ice hut Ford was not arrested on tromising not to molest her. The text day he threatened her and she iwore ottl a warrant before JuRtlce tf the Peace J. C. Miller, charging iim with disorderly condncl. Ford evaded arrest, having heard >f the warrant, and last evenlu'g he vent to the house and. accusing his vlfe of faithlessness, drew a revolver. The woman fled to an alley hack if the house and Ford followed her ind shot at her three times, the billets taking effect In her wrist, (nfltctng a scalp wound, and hitting her in he leg. The wife fell at. the last shot and rord, placing the muscle of the revolver tp Ills ear, fired, falling dead. The vomah was taken to a physician's ofIce, where her wounds wore dressed. Three years ago Ford was arrested or assaulting a policeman, but estaped with handcuffs on, remaining n hiding two days, manacled, before le was recaptured and sent to the vorkhouse. AWFUHMEDY VOUNG WOMAN TERRIBLY BEATEN WHILE ON SICK BED DIES OF INJURIES. CUMBERLAND, W. Va., Dec. 31.? fhe Alleghany mountains being snow round, Impeding travel. Information of i Christmas tragedy, monBtrous in its conception, did not reach here until Saturday. The crime was committed at Pent, Hardy county, W. Va. Dorothy Ween, iged 24 years, who had been living at Ihe home of Vance Simmons, was terribly beaten ae she lay In bed, ill with typhoid-fever, and death ensued, her RUlferlngB being excruciating. Two voifn'g men of the neighborhood are under surveillance. Her body wag covered with cuts and bruises, and her I ~ miiMlniai) ohnw. [flC^ WR8 ip?U?U.uujr wuuwwvi) Ins that she ,had been subjected .to most Inhuman treatment . of mines ^roll ro'&ds nlffht^ officers of the SAY8STATEMENT8 MADE BY PARTIES FILING SUIT AGAIN8T Ira HIM ARE UNTRUE. WHEELING, Dec,' 31.?Attorney G.]S C, Jensen arrived In the city Stindajr'aS and lo a reporter made the following || "The bill In chancery published by |fl the press of this city on the 29th InBt jm Is not "true and' wholly uni was not sworn to and should not be accepted as facts, hut as mere aUega- |jjj "It Is the first time In my life thafrn r have been called upon to try a oVsmrM eery suit through the newspape!rti,^xfl even this statement is out of $3|p9 alleged case Is pending, aftM^^^| Ing all the evidence on both sides, will render a just decision'acid I do not||| "I merely make this statement In op . der that the public will withhold Its . opinion until the facts hi the mattsr|H are brought out at the proper time and place?In the court room/w-MBBM DIES IN HOUSE SENSATIONAL TRAOEDY COMES^ FORMER SENATOR FROM / State Senator from 18l)7 to n? called last night and was p he died a few mlnutea later?